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    Orpheus Male Chorus of Phoenix will present a special outreach concert on Sunday, March 31, to benefit Students Opening Up New Doors with Strings – or SOUNDS – Academy.
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    Orpheus Male Chorus Records, Bulk Dates 7 linear feet, 2½ inches Prepared by Lisa Gezelter September Donation by David M. Kelly, President, Orpheus Male Chorus of Phoenix, in Citation: Orpheus Male Chorus Records, , MS 3, Library and Archives, Central Arizona Division, Arizona Historical Society.
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    Dec 02,  · Orpheus Male Chorus of Phoenix: 9 decades of music and dad jokes. Community choir has toured the world, recorded CDs and kept its sense of humor.
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    "Orpheus" is the second single released in a physical format from the Meltdown album by the band Ash. It was released on May 3, , and reached number 13 on the UK Singles ciemunhandrickpebondhenamortoheadli.xyzinfo was released as a single CD (released as only 1 CD version, the first time since ) as a gatefold 7" vinyl.
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    The Orpheus Male Chorus of Phoenix strives to be the most recognized community chorus in the region. Our mission is to present choral music that entertains and adds cultural value to Arizona communities by delivering quality performances and engaging in outreach activities while providing a rewarding experience for members.
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    The Orpheus Male Chorus of Phoenix returns for its 87th season with a series of holiday concerts called Holidays with Orpheus. The men’s choir presents a range of holiday music from classics like “Silent Night,” “White Christmas” and “Do You Hear What I Hear” to the gospel “Born, Born in Bethlehem,” the renaissance-like “Sing We Now [ ].
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    This double-CD compilation includes almost all of the tracks from their first three albums, as well as a couple from the one they did in for Bell (by which time Bruce Arnold was the only remaining original member). Over the course of two discs the group is given a more comprehensive and respectful retrospective than they deserve; the lushness turns to mushiness for all but the most rabid.